Radical Socialist Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez continues to unashamedly support her fellow freshman Democrat anti-Semitic U.S. Representative Ilhan Omar.

Yesterday, 23 Republicans refused to vote “yes” on a sham House resolution that was originally intended to censure Muslim lawmaker Ilhan Omar for her numerous anti-Semitic remarks. The reason they voted against the resolution, “condemning hate,” is because Democrat lawmakers rephrased the resolution so it wouldn’t focus on the anti-Semitism of one of their own members. Instead, the resolution called out hate against Hispanics and gays.

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez attempted to shift the narrative, and scold the GOP for not supporting the Democrat Party’s watered down version of the resolution that was intended to censure Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN).

Ocasio-Cortez tweeted:

Where’s the outrage over the 23 GOP members who voted NO on a resolution condemning bigotry today? Oh, there’s none? Did they get called out, raked over, ambushed in halls and relentlessly asked why not? No? Okay. Got it.

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Two days ago, fellow Muslim Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib accused GOP Rep. Steve Scalise of being an Islamophobe for demanding that Omar was removed from the House Foreign Affairs Committee. Shouldn’t her unjustified comments to a lawmaker who is also a survivor of a hate crime, when he was shot multiple times by a Democrat activist, be considered hate speech?

Hard to watch Rep. Scalise demand that Rep. be removed from House Foreign Affairs w/o wondering if it’s steeped in Islamophobia. Ilhan is more than capable of sitting on the committee & making decisions that are in the best interests of her constituents & all Americans.

Jewish Congressman Lee Zeldin was not taking the issue of Omar’s excused anti-Semitism lightly. He went scorched earth on the hypocrite Democrat lawmakers and Muslim anti-Semitic U.S. Congresswoman Ilhan Omar (MN) during their meeting in the House chambers yesterday, that was supposed to be for the purposes of censoring the anti-Semitic lawmaker.

Zeldin came out strong against his fellow Democrat lawmakers. He reminded the members of Congress that they were gathered together to address multiple occasions when “one member of the Chamber” made “anti-Semitic” comments.

Zeldin correctly revealed the hypocrisy of the Democrat Party and how they only address “hate” if it doesn’t involve their party or members of their party. He told them, “If that member was a Republican, that member’s name would be in this resolution and this resolution would be all about condemning anti-Semitism and it would be done so forcefully.”

“That member in January had to apologize for talking about a ‘hypnosis of Israel that they have over the entire world.’ That member had to apologize in February by saying if you support Israel, it must be because you’re bought off by Jews. That member called it an ‘unequivocal apology’ even though it was filled it with equivocations.  And now, we’re back again, this time by saying that if you support the Israel relationship, you must’ve pledged allegiance to a foreign government. Except for this time, that member is refusing to apologize. Even if you gave that member every benefit of the doubt—that she had no idea what she was doing, why now, wouldn’t she be apologizing? Why would she be more emboldened to refuse an apology altogether? 

I apparently, am giving Omar more credit than the speaker is because I don’t believe she is naive. I believe that she knows exactly what she is doing.

It is an American value, by the way, to have reasonable legitimate criticism of a government, whether it be the U.S. government, Israel or any other government. It is not an American value though to be hurling anti-Semitism.

We have members of this Chamber who have associated with Louis Farrakhan, who says, quote, ‘Hitler is a very great man.'”

Zeldin continued to prove the double standard of the Democrat Party, using the removal of GOP Rep. Steve King (IA) who was removed from his committees for a comment he made that was misrepresented by the New York Times during an interview.


Arthur Schwartz called out the dimwitted Congresswoman for her remark, saying, “Here’s the outrage, genius.” 


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